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Spung the dating game
Sound effects of hogs feeding were broadcast to lead listeners to believe the hog was being harassed and aggravated.
Clem, his Executive Producer Brent Hatley, and two other people were charged with animal cruelty; all four defendants were acquitted by a jury.
Clem was fired from Clear Channel on February 23, 2004.
At the time he had the top ranked show in the 18 to 54 year old demo in Tampa.
All in all, it's a simple game, but it's still a lot of fun.
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On January 27, 2004, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued a Notice of Apparent Liability (a precursor to a fine) of 5,000 against four stations owned by Clear Channel Communications (including its parent station, WXTB) for airing segments of "Bubba the Love Sponge" which included graphic discussions about sex and drugs.
The FCC alleged the material was "designed to pander to, titillate and shock listeners".
Like the title says, it's a dating game, almost like any half done dating sim online.
You just have to talk to the girls (or guys, if you play as a girl) answering their questions and giving them a gift or two, whenever you get one.
Sprung can be regarded as a dating sim, though the linearity and variety in the game (as well as its humor) lend it more to being an adventure game. Brett and Becky have been longtime friends for as long as they could remember. Their feelings for one another made both of them go on the trip together as an attempt to find not only love but promising future opportunities.